Employees at SenTIF aim at investigating, following up on and coordinating opportunities for collaboration both nationally and internationally, which can contribute to important knowledge and relevant research in practical sports settings. In collaboration with other researchers and research environments, SenTIF has the capacity to develop important knowledge on technique and motor skills in elite sport, both through experimental research, field-based research and computer simulations.
At the moment employees at SenTIF collaborate with several researchers at the following research units and institutions:
- Centre for sports and Technology (NTNU)
- Department of Engineering Design and Materials Technology (NTNU)
- Institute for Adult Learning and consulting Sciences (NTNU)
- Department of Psychology (NTNU)
- Department of Education and Technology (NTNU)
- Norwegian Defence Research Establishment
- National Defence College, Air Force Academy
- The Norwegian School of Sports Sciences (NIH)
- Nord University
- Bergen University College
- Lillehammer University College
- University of Oslo
- University of Tromsø
- University of Agder
- Mid-Sweden University Østersund (Sweden)
- University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
- University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)
- University of Basel (Switzerland)
- University of Worcester (England)
Dissemination of research results
SenTIF contributes with its knowledge and presents its research findings at different opportunities such as seminars and conferences, both nationally and internationally.
Collaborators (such as Olympiatoppen, the Norwegian Sports Federation, and other regional and national institutions) are continuously informed about the projects and results.
Researchers organize quarterly technical seminars in cooperation with Olympiatoppen.